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Wimbledon and Putney Commons and COVID-19

We are living in the most extraordinary circumstances and we understand the importance of access to open spaces such as Wimbledon and Putney Commons for mental health and well-being.

With a marked increase in the number of visitors to the Commons, we have had to implement a number of new measures and if you are visiting the Commons, please read our guidelines.   Thank you.


Wimbledon and Putney Commons are 1,140 acres of countryside amidst the urban surroundings of Wimbledon, Putney and Kingston-upon-Thames.  Designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Area of Conservation, the Commons provide an important home for wildlife and a place for visitors to relax and unwind. 

Please enjoy your visit, and help others to enjoy theirs too! 

Read the latest newsletter here

 

Activities with Nature

For anyone - whatever age - looking for some inspiration for things to occupy your time, we are collating a list of nature-themed activities to help you all through this crisis.

Our Latest News

Visitor Update 5 June

Update on Springwell Car Park opening and golf returning to full play.

Visitor update - Changes in effect from 1 June

Update for changes for vsitors from 1 June in respect of the Windmill Car Park and golf play.

29 May 2020 - Visitor Information for the Weekend

With the Commons slowly making their way back to full use, some useful advice for visitors.

Wimbledon Common

Wimbledon Common is the largest of the three Commons and is popular area for recreation, relaxation and also a perfect place for spotting wildlife and birds.

Visit Wimbledon Common

Putney Heath

Putney Heath is characterised by an extensive areas of heathland, interspersed with groups of trees.

Visit Putney Heath

Putney Lower Common

Putney Lower Common is detached from the main body of The Commons and contains broad grass meadows with a riverside walk to the north.

Visit Putney Lower Common